Not sure if this should go in the jigs forum, so move it if necessary!
Well my old Delta 36-600 outlived it's usefulness and it was time to upgrade. I picked up the Ridgid R4512 last week and so far I love it! This is the outfeed table and a couple of jigs I built for it! Critique is welcomed!
I found that some t-bolts go into the bottom of the rear fence rail. A piece of 3/4" plywood for the bottom with 2 3/4" pieces glued and screwed together make the perfect riser. The top is a piece of 1/2" plywood. I was going to use mdf for the top but I had the plywood so I used it instead. The height is perfect. It's like 1/32 below the saw top when I stretched out my level! I put a little chamfer on the leading edge just to be safe! I used a piece of plywood the width of the top for a front cleat and two small pieces of hardwood for rear cleats. I put 3 screws in the top to hold it down to the risers but as soon as I make it back to the hardware store, I'll remove the screws and use some carriage bolts and some knobs for easy removal. I'm also going to pick up some shorter t-bolts for the connection to the rear fence because I want my 4 inch bolts back!
For the legs I just used a 2x4 cut in half. Drilled a hole and used a bolt with a smooth shank and threaded tip. Fixed it to a piece of hardboard and screwed it in from the top.
I then drilled a hole in the foot and hammered in a threaded insert and used a bolt and nut for a leveler. Works very well!
I'm very happy with the outfeed table!
Built a nice tall fence that slips over the saws fence. Cut it to fit snug so it doesn't move. You can see my old outfeed table for the old saw in the back. I'll use it as a small assembly table.
The tall fence can be turned around and the back side will be used as a sacrificial fence.
A stop block for cross cuts. Again, I cut it to fit tight so it wont move.
A quick sliding tenoning jig. I cut this one to fit perfectly on the fence. Not too tight, not too loose. I put some paraffin wax on the wood so it glides across the fence smoothly. I just use a screw clamp or spring clamp to keep the workpiece in place.
And, my saw-side table/storage. Built it awhile ago for my old saw, but I thought I'd include it here!